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Will Ferrell Wants to Add Accordion Music, Ryan Seacrest to The Masters

Will Ferrell gave an interview to CBS about The Masters, and the actor has some interesting ideas on how to liven up the broadcast. His suggestions include adding American Idol alums Ryan Seacrest and Randy Jackson, and some accordion music.

Ferrell also reveals some interesting info about himself and some of the top golfers, including that he uses a tape of Jim Nantz's voice to relax and that Rory McIlroy is only 4'2".

It seems unlikely the normally staid Augusta National will take up any of Ferrell's suggestions, but they should at least consider the corn dogs.

[CBS, via For The Win]

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